SMC Manager Peter Griffin speaking at the panel discussion, ' Handling media frenzies - negotiating minefields in science communications ', a joint intiative of the Public relations Institute of New Zealand ( PRINZ ) and the Science Communicators Association of New Zealand ( SCANZ ). 26th August 2014, Auckland. Topic: Science communication
SMC UK Director Fiona Fox speaking at the panel discussion, ' Handling media frenzies - negotiating minefields in science communications ', a joint intiative of the Public relations Institute of New Zealand ( PRINZ ) and the Science Communicators Association of New Zealand ( SCANZ ). 26th August 2014, Auckland. Topic: Science communication
Dr Tim Gabriel tells Steve Bentley about his visit to a Downing Street reception for young scientists hosted by the prime minister Tony Blair and about a forthcoming conference on forensic science and nanotechnology. Topic: Science Communication, Biology, Chemistry
Dr Mark Quigley, Senior Lecturer in Active Tectonics and Geomorphology, University of Canterbury gives his keynote address, titled, 'Communicating earthquake science: roles and public obligations of the practising scientist', at the Science Communicator Association of New Zealand conference in Christchurch. Topics: Earthquakes, science communication. SCANZ
2005 has now been confirmed as the warmest year on record, but what must be done to stop this dangerous trend of global warming? Carl McDaniel and Stephen Schneider joined us on this program to talk about how these climate issues are best communicated to the public. Topics: science, global warming, science communication Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
The improvement of snapshot communication and the access to digital media have contributed to the citizen´s critical training who can also join in the creating, developing and making processes of nowadays journalism. However, it’s up to the journalist to reinforce the sources and amend the colaborative content before publishing it. Therefore, by creating a website, it’s intended to present a web journalism structure and pattern with public interest news and also with a space to scientific... Topics: collaborative journalism, web journalism, science communication
Jeff and I talk to Nancy Baron, author of Escape from the Ivory Tower, about how scientists can communicate more effectively with journalists and the public. We also got a chance to speak to Susan Moran, MIT fellow and writer for The New York Times and The Economist, about how that science is delivered. Topics: science, science communication, ivory tower, science journalism
Recording of a presentation (with Q&A): The role of new Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in information and communication in science, presented to CASCI at the University of Maryland, 11/26/2013 Topics: scholarly communication, social computing, science communication, twitter
Magical mushrooms and so much more! Scientific news and views by Ed Pollitt. Magical mushroom tour by Celine Steinfeld. Science Communication interview and lowdown by Catherine Beehag. Presented and produced by Tilly Boleyn. Music We will become silhouettes - The Postal Service Phantom Limb - The Shins Topics: Science, mushrooms, earth hour, science communication Source: http://www.2ser.com/programs/shows/diffusion
Podcast 4: The realities of communicating climate change Panellists Prof. Carmen Lawrence and Kevin Goss from UWA, Prof. David Doepel and Assoc. Prof. Brad Pettit from Murdoch University give their insights into the politics and complexities of communicating climate change. Topics: Science Communication, climate change, Western Australia
Brief Interview with some of the students on the Inaugural Masters in Science Communication course at Otago University, Dunedin, New Zealand. These students are natural history film making students. Topics: Film making, science communication, otago, university, education
Science Communicator's Association panel discussion held in Wellington, May 16, 2012, hosted by the Science Media Centre's Peter Griffin and featuring Dr Rob Murdoch, Dr Richard Levy, Dr Dan Zwartz, Sarah Wilcox and John McCrystal Topics: SCANZ, science communication, Science Media Centre, Sciblogs
Science and media panel featuring Simon Morton, Dr Rebecca Priestley, Mike White, Kirsty Johnson, Alison Ballance, moderated by Peter Griffin Topics: SCANZ, science communication, Science Media Centre, New Zealand, science
Audio recording of the roundtable discussion at the end of the Playing God Workshop held at The Cornerhouse in Manchester from 31st May - 1st June 2014. Topics: Science communication, science studies, religion, history of science
Science is based on accepting uncertainties. In contrast, business and politics tend to aver the unknown. On this program, Baruch Fischoff discusses how scientists can improve communicating risks and uncertainties. Topics: risk, science communication, uncertainty, climate change, sex education
Ever wonder how we get an adrenaline rush in our bodies? It's all thanks to G-protein coupled receptors. This the last in the Nobel Prize Mini-series for Simply Science Topics: Simply Science, Sarah Chow, science communication, science, Nobel Prize, Chemistry
Science Communicators' Association of New Zealand 2011 conference in Auckland. "Thesis in Three" presentations on Day One, 21 Feb. Belinda Bray - science communication tips; Bridget Gallagher - Time Team and innovative outreach on archaeology; Miriam Sharland, Te Manawa museum - Our River exhibition. Topics: science communication, SCANZ, archaeology, museum, river, community outreach
That's right bug lovers, it's a double header of entomology podcasts for you! Yesterday we heard from Dr. Marianne Shockley about eating insects and today we get to hear from Richard Levine of the Entomological Society of America! Richard teaches me about risk communication and how this style of communication can help scientists and we also discuss how you (yes you!) can hone your writing skills by contributing to Entomology Today. So open up your favorite word processor, plug in your... Topics: entomology, entomology podcast, insects, bugs, science writing, science communication
In the inaugural show, Jon, Grace, and Jeff discuss an article on the 100 questions for the future of ecology--from how to define and refine spatial scales, to addressing publication and the "final drawer" problem. Topics: podcast, science, science communication, scicomm, ecology, academia, early career
Welcome to the 105th episode of the Short Science Podcast! Join Elizabeth Hauke for all the very best science in brief! This is a special episode reporting from the podcasting session at the Science Communication Conference held in London on Wednesday and Thursday 24-25th May 2011. Elizabeth Hauke was there, representing Short Science, and presenting about DIY podcasting - how to make a podcast from scratch. She was joined on stage by Martin Austwick (from Answer Me This and Bright Club), Ben... Topics: Short Science, Elizabeth Hauke, Martin Austwick, Ben Valsler, Frank Dondelinger, Podcasting,...
A panel discussion at the Science Advice to Governments inaugural global conference in Auckland, New Zealand 28 - 29 August 2014. Topics: science policy, science advice, Chief Science Advisor, science communication, deficit model, experts
Grace, Jeff, and Jon revisit the conversation from last episode about the future of ecology and address possible Nobel Prizes for great ideas in ecology. The gang also discuss how Powerball works and the new Bon Iver album. Topics: ecology, podcast, science, science communication, scicomm, nobel prize, bon iver, environment
Audio recorded at the 'Media, disasters and the public' communications workshop for natural hazards researchers, scientists and engineers, hosted by the Science Media Centre in Wellington, New Zealand, Friday 10 October 2014. More information Topics: natural hazards, news media coverage, science communication, risk communication, Christchurch...
byRiley Prest, Zhian Kamvar, Sami Al-Abdrabbuh, Joey Hulbert
Inspiration Dissemination is a student run science communication radio program at Oregon State University. Each week, the program features a graduate student from OSU to share their stories and introduce their research. More information can be found at http://oregonstate.edu/inspiration. In this episode, the program features Sami Al-Abdrabbuh who is a MS student in Industrial Engineering as well as the founder of Crispy Science. This episode was post produced by Riley Prest. Topics: inspiration dissemination, science communication, crispy science, hospital, industrial engineering,...
Science Media Centre (NZ) podcast: 'Communicating the issues' - A discussion of issues around communicating climate change, its uncertainties and what is at stake e.g. communication of uncertainties; framing of the issues; use of different media and how society can engage in a better informed dialogue without locking horns; issues about communicating the evidence, educating the public, managing risk and uncertainty and dissent and scepticism of scientific evidence and findings. Speakers: Dr... Topics: climate change, science communication, uncertainty, media, science and society, scepticism, evidence
Play sub-atomic games in Space! Pill to help immune system defeat all cancers, and mechanical 3D printer without electricity by Ian Woolf, Paul Sztajer talks about his game of sub-atomic physics - Particulars, Tim Nelson talks about the Delta-V Space Startup accelerator, and Christie McMonigal talks about how to become a science communicator. Hosted and produced by Ian Woolf. Topics: science, Diffusion, cancer, medicine, 3D printer, steampunk, game, sub-atomic, physics,...
Science Communicators' Association of New Zealand 2011 conference in Auckland. Keynote speaker Day 1: Daniel Keogh (aka Professor Funk), video producer, science communicator, fmr producer of ABC's show 'Hungry Beast'. See http://www.youtube.com/user/TheProfessorFunk to view videos referenced during this talk. [NB: this talk's (very funny) opening has been unfortunately truncated in the recording. Please also note occasional use of explicit language.] Topics: SCANZ, Daniel Keogh, Professor Funk, science communication, self-experimentation, media, videos
So, how do you communicate science to the people who don't want science communicated to them? Perhaps we should leave them alone and not communicate science at all to them, leave them alone, save yourself the trouble. But what if those people are making policy decisions that need a good understanding of the process of science? Or what of their views are dangerous? What if using facts don't work, how do we communicate science? This is our attempt to figure it out. I'm not sure that we found... Topics: Brian Cox, Climate Change, Communication, Facts, Narrative, QandA, Science, Science communication,...
Science Communicators' Association of New Zealand 2011 conference in Auckland. Panel discussion: 'The other side' Can we find common ground on contentious science issues? We hear from panelists who typically find themselves at odds with scientists and research-driven reassurances, and discuss ways to bridge the divide. Panelists: Chris Mullane, Ex-Vietnam Servicemenâs Assoc.; Steffan Browning, Soil & Health Assoc.; Joe Harawira, Sawmill Workers Against Poison (SWAP) Moderator: Karen Cronin... Topics: SCANZ, contentious science issues, science communication, Agent Orange, genetic modification, PCPs,...
Science Communicators' Association of New Zealand 2011 conference in Auckland. Panel discussion: 'Doubt, denial and rejection' - Confronted with strong reactions on a range of issues (climate change, vaccines, GMOs, medical miracle cures, environmental toxins) - how do we discuss science when science itself is under fire? Moving beyond defensiveness to draw out legitimate concerns and make headway when the public is bitterly divided. Panelists: David Wansbrough (MoH), Vicki Hyde (NZ Skeptics),... Topics: SCANZ, skeptics, anti-science, vaccines, GMOs, climate change, science communication, risk...
Science Communicators' Association of New Zealand 2011 conference in Auckland. Second Keynote speaker Day 1: Professor Sir Peter Gluckman - Prime Minister's Chief Science Advisor Topics: SCANZ, Peter Gluckman, chief science advisor, media, science communication, post-normal science,...
Grace, Jon, and Jeff are joined by Blair St. Ledger-Olson, a former congressional staffer, and Dr. Jessica Gephart, from SESYNC, to talk about how scientists can learn about policy, how policy decisions are made, and how scientists can inform policy/policymakers. The role of scientific societies also comes up--and we think you should join! Topics: scicomm, ecology, science communications, policy, academia, washington, politics, science...
Welcome to the twenty-second episode of "Short Science", 'Fascinating Plants' a science radio podcast that originaly aired live on Imperial College Radio, on Wednesday 28 October 2009. Join Emma and Elizabeth for all the very best science in brief! And for a bit of light relief after all this mighty serious science (!) a short quiz, and a maths conundrum for you to take a crack at! Contact us with your comments and suggestions at email@example.com. Send us your requests for... Topics: Short Science, Elizabeth Hauke, Emma Berger, Georgie Gould, Crustaceans, Mantis shrimp, Premature...
Tatiana & Michael are back in the studio thanks to the long-weekend, and they along with Wal and Vlado explore a myriad of stories from the week. Topics touched-on: New J.K. Rowling story angers Native American fans This map shows the US really has 11 separate 'nations' with entirely different cultures Hyperloop pens deal that could connect Slovakia, Austria and Hungary Science Says Cheese Is Addictive As Drugs, Here’s Why Why Does a Song Get Stuck in Your Head? Here's What Science Has to... Topics: INRS, It's Not Rocket Surgery, JK Rowling, Nations of USA, Hyperloop, Cheese, Addiction, Earworms,...